West Sedona's eclectic mix of homes and culture, combined with spectacular red rock views, "dark sky" starry nights, art galleries, restaurants, grocery stores, coffee shops, a small town movie theater, and an assortment of boutique shops, make the neighborhoods in this part of town desirable and convenient for full time residents and second homes alike.
You'll find streets named after famous Western movies filmed in the area, or named after various coffee brands in the area surrounding Coffee Pot Rock. The city planners truly had some imagination and fun putting it all together!
Hiking trails are almost more common than sidewalks in this part of town, in many instances a trail can be accessed by walking out your front door, and perhaps down the street a bit. Grasshopper Flats in West Sedona was the first neighborhood developed in town, with remnants of the past visible in that area today revealing a mixture of commercial and residential uses intertwined. Some love the charm of "old meets new" and others prefer more conforming neighborhoods. You name it, we've got it! West Sedona's neighborhoods include both.
Sedona has become a world renown tourist destination, and regularly named as one of the most beautiful places to retire. The million-plus dollar homes in North Slopes, Casa Contenta, and other West Sedona neighborhoods position architectural masterpieces amongst sweeping views.
But you don't have to spend millions to have a million dollar view! West Sedona offers a wide variety of homes on the more affordable end of the scale. The beauty of this part of town is that there is something for almost everyone!
So if you're looking for that special "something different" you might want to take a closer look at West Sedona.